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Inclusive Design?

By Ian Lloyd | February 21st, 2005 | Filed in Bizarre

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Now, the Disasters Emergency Committee web site is not exactly a textbook example of good standards-based design, but apparently it will allow users with Lynx running on Sun Solaris to access the site and make donations (just turn a very blind eye to the nasty markup). It’s a shame, though, that using that particular browser/OS config can get you in to so much trouble. Surely one of the strangest examples of ‘sorry, you can’t use that browser on this site’ type messages I’ve seen.

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